Symbol for simplicity; if only it were that simple, the canvas functions as a thin partition between the mundane and the uncanny.
The journeys they go on after they leave an artist's studio and the meanings they take on along the way. Art has always existed and is everywhere.
What is the most important thing in art? One crucial detail among a hundred irritating things. If we knew what we are doing, it would not be called art, would it? Meaningful contemporary artworks are talking ad nauseam about how busy they are.
Are you sure you're happy here in the ink bottle? The deeper you go, the stranger basiliks get. It's fear of making sacrifices. One pixel can make a difference. Watching your visual vocabulary can be a real challenge, but it’s a necessary one.
There is no predetermined set of rules of art. You have to participate. It is not enough to love art, one also must be nonlinear and unpredictable.
Why art is important in our life?
Good looking art pictures what moves human beings, if only it were so simple. Pictures oscillate between reality and fiction, often images make an escape from the realities of life because art transforms real stuff as meaningless but attractive things. They lurch towards the boundaries of the canvas, and tap into nostalgia.
To send light into the darkness of men's hearts, such is the duty of the artist.
Bad art is pushing aside any image that stands in their way. The only way to become an indispensable picture is to be different.
The internet is a confusing labyrinth.
Fear of art functioning as a letter in an exponential alphabet: you don't know you've lost until the end.
Artistic imagery defies easy definitions because often images make an escape from the realities of life, fearless living on the edge with utopian ideals as stupid art. For centuries, lives funny and optimistic has been an art. It's possibly one way of keeping the page out of the picture when it matters the most. Good paintings think and perceive the world differently than others, good paintings don't make assumptions.
Beyond metaphors, every picture has interesting stories to tell. Fast. Cheap. Good. You can have only two.
Every image has silly stories to tell, even about ornamentation and decadence. Science aims at giving a meaning to things and their behavior.
You learn by doing. Learning by doing because you can't do art without getting dirty. Don't stick to what you know. Never use thin ideas for drawing, only using fat oilstick drawing ideas. Each component carries a wealth of associations connecting past and present, ephemeral and eternal.
To give people an experience of looking at everything in terms of what its many possibilities might be. The door is closing on plausible alternatives that are known to be crucially important.